Git Add turns File Blue not Green

Usually when I perform a git add from the command-line in Webstorm, the red file that hasn't been committed yet to my git index turns green afte the git add.  Recently though I went to Preferences and set Version Control | Confirmation and set it to add silently.

I don't know if that's what made it start turning blue instead of green?  I just want to know why this happened, why it was turning green for git add and now blue all of a sudden instead

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weird, if I create a different file it is fine, it's red initially, I do a git add . and then it turns green.  When I look up colors in help, it says blue is for modified but I didn't modify it, I deleted it and created that file again so why would it be blue?  What is Webstorm reading per git integration that would tell webstorm that the .gitignore file was created at some point in time in the past, so that even if I delete it, and re-add it, it's turning blue as to say that it's been modified even though I deleted it!!???

So how can I get this  .gitignore working in terms of a state of being green?

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What did you do exactly? Is there any way to recreate the issue?

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